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  1. As Dow 20,000 nears, pundit says ‘market’s going up’ so don’t play it safe in cash
  2. Wall Street slips, dragged by healthcare and real estate
  3. U.S. Stocks Inch Lower as Dow Hovers Just Shy of 20000
  4. Asian shares mostly lower on uncertainty over trade outlook
  5. Dow futures in holding pattern ahead of rush of economic reports
  6. Dow 20,000 isn’t a foregone conclusion in 2016—so don’t break out the bubbly
  7. Dow Retreats Further From 20,000; Bed Bath & Beyond Lags Consumer Stocks
  8. Energy ETFs Rise Sharply As GDP Data Show Momentum In U.S. Economy
  9. Asian stocks markets slide after Wall Street loss
  10. Global markets mixed after Wall Street loss
  11. US STOCKS-Wall St set to open slightly lower in light trading
  12. Weekly stock gains in sight as market fights for momentum
  13. Business Highlights
  14. [$$] Multiple Buyers, Not One, Influenced Most Active E-Mini Move of 2016
  15. S&P 500 expected to rise only 4% by end of 2017
  16. The Twitter accounts investors need to follow in 2017
  17. Sell these three 60% winners before the stocks come back to Earth
  18. US Market Indexes Higher for the Week
  19. This is how one analyst tries to cheer up the worst performing sector since the elect
  20. Japan Shares Drop, Yen Gains in Holiday Trading: Markets Wrap
  21. Dow 20,000 shows why a 21-year-old forecast for Dow 116,200 in 2040 still makes sense
  22. Prepare for Trump-Related Turmoil With This 'Portfolio Insurance'
  23. European stocks struggle for direction in first day of post-Christmas trade
  24. The powerful bullish signal that could set up 2017 for stock gains
  25. US STOCKS-Industrials keep Dow away from 20,000
  26. US Market Indexes Higher on Tuesday
  27. Dow Edges Higher but Falls Short of 20000
  28. European Stocks Called Higher as Global Markets Eye Dow Advance
  29. Markets 'over their skis': Pro
  30. Here Are the Best and Worst Performing Assets of 2016
  31. Dow drive for 20,000 stalls as tech stocks lead market lower
  32. Santa rally fizzles: "Kiss Dow 20,000 goodbye for 2016"
  33. [$$] Where the Action Is in the Last Trading Days of the Year
  34. European breakdown? Why the continent’s stocks are actually set for a solid 2017
  35. Why NextEra Energy Could Be an Attractive Option for 2017
  36. Cempra shares crater on concerns about delay in getting pneumonia drug approved
  37. Q&A with Neuberger's Brett Reiner on small-cap funds
  38. Tokyo stocks open lower on last trading day of year
  39. U.S. Stocks Slip as Postelection Rally Stalls
  40. Wall Street points to a higher open on the last trading day of 2016
  41. Wall Street set to open higher on last trading day of 2016
  42. The Dow could ring out 2016 with a near 14 percent gain
  43. How major US stock market indexes fared on Friday
  44. [$$] Dow Jones Industrial Average Logs Best Year Since 2013
  45. [$$] U.S. Bonds Log Second Year of Declines After Volatile 2016
  46. Investors brace for 2017 shocks after surprise 2016 run
  47. 27 Best Stocks for 2017
  48. Passive investing, a winner in 2016, shows no sign of stopping
  49. How much money you could have made (or lost) with these bold market bets
  50. 4 Cheap Dividend-Growth Stocks To Buy For 2017
  51. Growth Seeker Portfolio: Living Up to Our Name
  52. South Korean markets mixed on first trading day of 2017
  53. European Stocks Advance as Data Confirms Manufacturing Strength
  54. These are the best—and worst—performing assets of 2016
  55. Is Ternium (TX) a Great Stock for Value Investors?
  56. Europe’s Fate in 2017: Caught Between Low Rates and Populist Politics
  57. [$$] Asia bourses kick off 2017 with modest gains
  58. Dow on pace to open more than 100 points higher on 2017’s first trading day
  59. Wall Street set for big gains on first trading day of 2017
  60. GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, stocks up on upbeat data; oil falls
  61. Global stocks mostly rise as London hits record
  62. Strong dollar lifts Japan shares, crimps commodities
  63. Strong dollar lifts Japan shares toward 13-month high
  64. Upbeat service activity, inflation outlook lifts investors' spirits
  65. Wall Street opens higher, Fed minutes awaited
  66. US stocks near records as car companies and retailers rise
  67. The Meek Shall Inherit: Dow Gains 60 Points, Nasdaq Soars as Losers Now Winners
  68. Asian stocks rise for eighth day on strong PMIs, Wall Street gains
  69. Top 2017 surprise will be Trump backing off extreme positions, says Blackstone’s Wien
  70. Expect market volatility in 2017: Pro
  71. Fire Sale: Department Store Stocks Tumble
  72. GLOBAL MARKETS-World stocks hold gains; dollar dips on U.S. labor data, yuan surge
  73. Local shares barely changed in early trade
  74. 2017 Outlook: What's in Store for Currencies?
  75. The "January effect" for stock markets is fading: Goldman
  76. Wall St. opens flat following jobs data
  77. Dow Teases Wall Street With 20,000 Milestone but Backs Off
  78. The Big Flirt: Nasdaq, S&P Hit Record Highs as Dow Misses 20,000…Again
  79. [$$] How to Pick Great Funds
  80. Heresy? These 7 actively managed funds are winners
  81. In the age of Uber and Lyft, it’s still hard for some Americans to get to the doctor
  82. The Week Ahead: Who Is The Bears Best Friend?
  83. [$$] Trump trade dominates markets this week
  84. The One Fund You Need To Buy For 2017
  85. 3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
  86. The bull market is in its final inning, one trader says, and a recession is on the ho
  87. [$$] What to Make of Markets Calm During Political Storm
  88. Asian stocks cut gains as caution grows; dollar eyed
  89. Dow industrials keep 20,000 in sight with Fed speakers ahead
  90. Wall Street opens lower as energy stocks, Goldman weigh
  91. Here’s why Trump’s inauguration could mark a near-term top for stocks
  92. Five unpopular, but prudent, things for investors to do near Dow 20,000
  93. [$$] Surprise: It Might Be Time to Sell, Especially in Europe
  94. European Stocks Called Lower as Dollar Slips, Equity Markets Regroup
  95. U.S. stocks stuck in waiting game ahead of Trump’s news conference
  96. Gross says this key bond level is a far bigger deal than Dow 20,000
  97. Why Italy and France could move the US dollar in 2017: trader
  98. Jim Cramer's 'Off the Charts': The Trump Rally Is Starting to Lose Steam
  99. Asian shares at 2-month high, markets await Trump news conference
  100. European Stocks Slide as Trump Rally Stalls Ahead of Press Conference
  101. Global stocks and dollar firmer as Trump news conference approaches
  102. President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference: live blog and video
  103. How U.S. stocks tend to perform after presidential inaugurations
  104. Dollar loses altitude, Asia shares at 11-week top
  105. Health-Care Stocks Tumble but Indexes Rise
  106. 5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Thursday
  107. Hess's stock rallies after plan to boost exploration budget and production
  108. Wall St. set for worst day in 2017 as Trump-trade fizzles
  109. Bank earnings, consumer confidence, retail sales — What you need to know in markets o
  110. Futures Rise on Hopes of Higher Earnings; Asia Mixed
  111. Asian stocks mixed after China data
  112. CVS takes on Mylan’s EpiPen with much cheaper version of an alternative
  113. US STOCKS-Bank earnings boost S&P and Nasdaq, retailers weigh on Dow
  114. Investors are bracing for a massive stock-market selloff
  115. [$$] The Push to 20000 Draws Fresh Cash To an ETF Cousin
  116. U.S. banks to stay in fashion as earnings kick off
  117. Stocks need earnings to be flawless to keep Trump rally going
  118. Which U.S. markets are closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day?
  119. Why one analyst believes the Trump rally could turn into the Trump correction
  120. What Happened in the Stock Market Today
  121. 20 dividend stocks with yields up to 7.5% — and these companies are set for sales and
  122. 5 Ways to Protect Your Investment Portfolio in 2017
  123. Trump gets sworn in — What you need to know in markets this week
  124. U.S. profit growth pickup could justify Wall Street rally
  125. [$$] Bourses soft but Footsie holds near record
  126. 28 cheap stocks expected to post the fastest earnings growth in 2018 vs. 2017
  127. COLUMN-Can the 'Trump put' hold?: James Saft
  128. Buyback ETF Could Be Worth Following
  129. [$$] Every Stock Picking Opportunity Is a Way to Lose Money Too
  130. European Stocks Called Lower as Investors Brace for May Brexit Speech
  131. Wall Street stocks set for a lower open, with investors rattled by Trump, Brexit
  132. Trump rally optimism is fading fast, Citigroup says
  133. Outliers in the Consumer Space in the 2nd Week of January
  134. Goldman Sachs and Netflix — What you need to know in markets on Wednesday
  135. Asian stocks directionless, dollar steadies after slide
  136. European Stocks Mixed, Currencies Dominate Ahead of U.S. Inflation Data
  137. S&P 500 Futures: 2265 Pre-Inauguration CHOP
  138. Stocks under pressure as retail picture darkens
  139. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, U.S. dollar, bond yields rise after Yellen comments
  140. Morning News Call - India, January 19
  141. Asian shares down, dollar firms on Yellen's rate hike signal
  142. The 10 Best Stocks During the Obama Administration
  143. Railroad stocks rally as CSX poised for best gains in 36 years
  144. Dollar, bond yields up on strong U.S. data; Wall St. dips
  145. Aust shares fall ahead of Chinese data
  146. [$$] Trump's vigorous and unexpected impact on markets - in charts
  147. How stocks perform in a new president’s first 100 days — in one chart
  148. Larry Fink: Markets Have Rallied Quite Considerably
  149. Donald Trump inauguration set to unleash a cascade of stock-market anxiety
  150. Trader Talk: Markets again disappointed with lack of detail from Trump
  151. [$$] Don’t Let Other Investors Make Up Your Mind
  152. [$$] When High Can Go Higher
  153. What investors can expect from markets as the Trump era begins
  154. McDonald’s expected to report weak sales, but analysts are optimistic long-term
  155. US Market Indexes Lower for the Week
  156. 10 popular stocks at risk from Trump’s ‘America first’ inauguration speech
  157. 3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
  158. Investing legend Jim Rogers says dump stocks if Trump launches trade war
  159. 3 Stocks That Are Up 20% in January
  160. [$$] One Stat That Shows a Trump Bull Market Is Unlikely
  161. This fund manager is finding profits in the wreckage of corporate Europe
  162. Wall Street slips at the open
  163. Qualcomm's stock plunges on heavy volume as Apple suit prompts analyst downgrade
  164. The Hot Stock: CSX Jumps 3.7%
  165. Futures Flat as Economic Data Becomes Focus; Asia Varied
  166. Alibaba earnings: Cloud revenue expected to double in biggest quarter of the year
  167. Trump has automakers for breakfast, investors digest earnings and Samsung's sweet pro
  168. Trump bump to Trump dump? Not so fast
  169. Alcoa reports 4Q loss
  170. [$$] As Stocks Charge Higher, Some Investors Bet on Reversal
  171. GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks creep to 3-month highs, dollar drifts
  172. Japan’s Nikkei jumps as Asian stocks tick upward
  173. Dow aims for 20,000 milestone as stock market heads for records
  174. ‘Godfather’ of chart analysis says Trump rally has another 5% pop left
  175. Dow hitting 20,000 is a reminder that it’s the best active fund ever fashioned
  176. [$$] Dow 20000 Means Stocks Are Pricey
  177. European Stocks Called Higher as Investors Ride Global Stock Rally
  178. U.S. stocks set for fresh records at the open with Dow plowing further above 20K
  179. US stock indexes edge higher in early trading; oil rising
  180. Choppy Waters: Smart Money Bets on a Jump in the Volatility Index
  181. Starbucks Gets Punished by Investors -- Here's the One Number Freaking Everyone Out
  182. Asia shares steady, dollar and oil extend gains on renewed optimism
  183. Asian shares drift in thin trade as markets watch Trump
  184. Apple shares back in vogue as Wall Street bets on iPhone surge
  185. 10 ‘Dividend Aristocrat’ stocks expected to rise up to 22% as you get paid to wait
  186. What to expect from Pfizer earnings: competition on two fronts
  187. [$$] Barron's Roundtable, Part 3: Digging Into the Details
  188. Outlooks for the Age of Trump are top focus of earnings season
  189. Markets To Watch In The Week Ahead
  190. US Market Indexes Higher for the Week
  191. [$$] A special relationship on high executive pay
  192. [$$] Oil Firms Plot Divergent Spending Paths
  193. One Simple Trick To Double Your Retirement Income
  194. Investors upbeat on data, Fed; wary of Trump
  195. Asian shares to slip after global backlash against Trump immigration policy
  196. Shares in Asia fall on uncertainty over US immigration flap
  197. Global shares fall on uncertainty over US immigration flap
  198. FirstEnergy Stock Offers Highest Upside among Utilities
  199. Wall Street’s ‘fear index’ jumps the most in about 5 months as Trump spooks market
  200. Drops for postelection winners drag stocks lower
  201. [$$] VIX Increases 12%, Ending 4-Day Slide
  202. Asia markets fall amid US immigration jitters; Nikkei tumbles 1.7% as yen strengthens
  203. Harvard teaches investors a lesson in what not to do
  204. US stocks fall again; UPS, Under Armour plunge
  205. MONEY MARKETS-Traders see Fed holding U.S. rates until June
  206. Bears, Beware: January Barometer Is Bullish on the Trump Rally
  207. Morning News Call - India, February 1
  208. European Stocks Called Higher as Focus Shifts To Earnings
  209. 5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Wednesday
  210. AMD's stock soars on heavy volume as analysts boost price targets after results
  211. Stock market rises on Fed statement, Apple rally
  212. Cramer: How Apple powered Facebook's win
  213. Asian shares at 4-month high, dollar soft after nonchalant Fed
  214. [$$] Europe stocks follow Asia lower as US futures dip
  215. 5 Stocks to Watch After the Market Closes Today
  216. This Louisville CEO was named among the 15 best in the nation
  217. The Biggest Loser: Ralph Lauren Sinks 12%
  218. Asian stocks shaky ahead of U.S. jobs data, China markets
  219. Chinese shares fall after week-long break
  220. Elon Musk distances himself from Donald Trump
  221. Dow Trades Above 20,000 as Bank Stocks Rally, U.S. Jobs Increase
  222. Global stocks up after jobs report, U.S. yield curve steepens
  223. True or False: Dow Reclaims 20,000 as Trump Sinks, Lifts Stocks
  224. [$$] Sluggish Productivity Growth Weighs Down U.S. Economy
  225. Dow Jones Finishes Week Above 20,000
  226. Weekend roundup: The Trump reality for stocks | Johnny Depp and your money | Snapchat
  227. Risk of a Nafta withdrawal is not priced into stocks exposed to Mexico, Canada
  228. Does fate of the stock market rest on Tom Brady’s arm?
  229. Wall St. Week Ahead: Dollar's sudden weakness could help U.S. profit picture
  230. 3 Things to Watch in the Stock Market This Week
  231. Action Alerts PLUS: A Dizzying Market Mix
  232. Asia Stocks Poised to Rise After U.S. Jobs Growth: Markets Wrap
  233. Morning News Call - India, February 6
  234. [$$] Momentum from strong US data fades in Europe
  235. Futures flat as investors seek fresh catalysts
  236. Inside Snapchat's complex & costly relationship with Google
  237. LyondellBasell Stock Rose after 4Q16 Revenue Beat Estimates
  238. Gold Mining ETFs Spike As Much As 8% As Trump Jitters Intensify
  239. [$$] Being Insulated From Global Trade Is a Plus for Asian Stocks
  240. Global stocks mixed after Wall Street decline, dollar gains
  241. Under Armour’s sole bond issue downgraded to junk status
  242. How Wall Street gauges fear in a time of Trump
  243. GLOBAL MARKET-Wall St rises on earnings despite oil price pressure, dollar climbs
  244. Stocks Get a Boost From Earnings
  245. [$$] Asia markets recover as Wall Street caution prevails
  246. Time Warner earnings: Will ‘Westworld’ help drive growth at HBO?
  247. Wall St slips as bank, health stocks drag
  248. Twitter earnings: momentum from live video and the election, but underlying issues
  249. Asia set for lower open after mild US equities finish
  250. New Nasdaq record on mixed day for US stocks as oil rebounds